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The Tigers West Coast run got off to a rough start last night. They started out strong, getting out to a 6-2 lead, but three runs in the sixth, seventh and eighth innings by Anaheim put this one out of reach. When it was all said and done, the final would be 11-9, and the two teams would combine for 29 hits.

Five different Tigers had multi-hit games. Five different Angels had multi-hit games. But once again, not only was the starting pitching ineffective, but the bullpen couldn’t get anything done. Al Levine, who were paying good money for, now has an ERA of 6.75. And that’s for a reliever and doesn’t factor in inherited runners.

Tonight we’ll have Nate Robertson vs. Jarrod Washburn. Hopefully the Tigers can avoid their first three game losing streak of the year.

Congratulations for another fine season by the Red Wings. I know at this stage, if the Wings don’t bring home a cup, it seems like a disappointment, but a President’s Trophy is impressive. Assuming there’s even a hockey season next year, I think we’ll see some changes on the team. so this will probably turn out to be the last hurrah of the old guard that won us three cups.

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